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AR IBCT Units 5-9

Arkansas Introduction to Business Communications and Technology Units 5-9

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Proofreader’s marks symbols used to indicate errors that need correcting when rekeying copy
Review comments review comments made by reviewer and decide what action needs to be taken for each or a note or annotation that an author or reviewer can add to a document
Memorandum written message used by individuals within an organization to communicate with one another
Email electronic message used by individuals to communicate with one another
Unbound report short reports that are prepared without a binder
Title page a cover page sometimes included with a report
Reference page a list of sources sometimes included with a report
Block style personal letter A letter that has the return address at the top and all parts are lined up on the left margin
Block style business letter A letter where all parts are lined up at the left margin
Open punctuation A letter that has no punctuation after the salutation or closing
Letter a direct or personal written or printed message addressed to a person or organization
Memorandum a usually brief communication written for interoffice circulation Report
Table a set of data arranged in a grid of rows and columns; a grid of rows and columns
Column one of two or more vertical sections of printed material on a page
Active Cell a selected worksheet cell that is ready for data entry
Cell the space formed by the intersection of a row and a column; the basic unit of a worksheet
Cell Reference a unique identifier for a cell which is formed by combining the cell's column letter and row number
Column a vertical group of cells in a worksheet identified by letters
Label alphanumeric text that will not be used in calculations
Range selected group of cells on a worksheet identified by the cell in the upper left corner and the cell in the lower right corner, separated by a colon
Row a horizontal group of cells in a worksheet identified by numbers
Value numeric characters that can be used in a calculation
Workbook a collection of related worksheets
Worksheet the workspace made up of columns and rows where data is entered to create an electronic spreadsheet
Values numeric characters that can be used in a calculation
Text a group of characters - usually words - that are used as data in a spreadsheet program.
Mathematical Function a built-in command which can be used to perform common mathematical operations such as addition, multiplication, and rounding numbers
SUM adds all the numbers in a range of cells
AVERAGE returns the average (arithmetic means) of its arguments
Alignment the position of data within a cell
Fill to copy a cell's contents and/or formatting into an adjacent cell or range
Freeze keeps selected rows or columns visible on the screen as the rest of the worksheet scrolls
Sort to arrange a list of words or numbers in ascending or descending order
Chart/Graph a graphic representation of values and their relationships: pie, line, column, bar
Pie a chart that shows the relationship of a part to a whole
Line a chart that uses points connected by a line to illustrate values in a worksheet
Column a vertical group of cells in a worksheet identified by letters
Bar a chart that uses bars of varying height to illustrate values in a worksheet
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